Often the most expensive areas are the wedding attire. This can be the wedding dress, the
outfits for the groom and his groomsmen, plus other people on the day. Here are some tips
to save money on your wedding attire.
the groom. As much as you can expect the groom’s party to be accommodating in paying for some
of the attire, to ask them to buy a whole suit could be too much. If it’s not something that’s already
in their wardrobe, going above a certain amount of money will be rude to assume. So with that in mind,
you can always hire the suits themselves and it will probably be more cost-effective if the groom has a
lot of groomsmen anyway.
money where possible for the wedding day. There are some stunning pre-owned wedding dresses available,
and you won’t just find dated ones on there. There’s likely to be ones that are mere months old and are now
looking to go to another home. It is nice to hold onto a dress, but you’re unlikely ever to wear it again, and it’ll
just be sitting in your wardrobe collecting dust. It also will end up losing value, the longer you hold onto it.
Find a used wedding dress and save yourself some money in the process whilst giving a dress another
opportunity to shine.
you can’t really expect them to buy their own as you’ll probably want them to all look the same or fairly
similar in color and fit. So look to the high-street when it comes to bridesmaids dresses. They are going
to be a lot more affordable and a lot less than most bridal shops or bridal specific shops. Many high-street
stores are now trying to expand their style of clothing, and so they’re always going to want to make bridal
wear more affordable.
to spend too much on their outfits. They are going to look cute in anything, and it will only get ruined once they
start playing outside or eating. You can get plenty of formal attire for children, but that’s very affordable.
more to play with when it comes to the day itself and in making memories. No wedding should ever get you into
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